excerpt from 'Béla Bartók Letters' pp. 161 (87 words)

excerpt from 'Béla Bartók Letters' pp. 161 (87 words)

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Béla Bartók Letters

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In one part of the Sonata, Imre forgot to remove the mute. – The violin sounded fainter and fainter and fainter – and still he didn’t notice anything; there was a fermata during which he could have removed the thing, but he didn’t – and he was getting dangerously near to an f, in fact an ff. My God, I wondered, what’s going to happen here! And at last I had to shout at him: ‘Take off your mute!’

In one part of the Sonata, Imre forgot to remove the mute. – The violin sounded fainter and fainter and fainter – and still he didn’t notice anything; there was a fermata during which he could have removed the thing, but he didn’t – and he was getting dangerously near to an f, in fact an ff. My God, I wondered, what’s going to happen here! And at last I had to shout at him: ‘Take off your mute!’

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